During his research stay, he engaged in a number of research and project meetings and also presented his dissertation research on turning points in peace processes to a public audience at the Faculty of Education. Through a number of intensive one on one consultancies with Dr. Hilary Cremin he made substantial progress within the framework of the methodology section of my dissertation. Particular emphasis was put on questions of qualitative data interpretation, through discussing different approaches to analysis.
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BritInn Fellowship to Cambridge for Adham Hamed